Full models and pricing of Intel Arc A-series graphics cards leaked

Intel released a performance preview of the Arc A750 graphics card last week. Compared with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card, the highest performance is 17% ahead, and the lowest is 6%. The appearance of the graphics card has also been shown, but the specific specifications and specific release time of the graphics card have not been released so far.

Wccftech released a slideshow of Intel’s presentation to partners. This slide shows that the first Arc A-series graphics cards include A770, A750, A580, A380, and A310 models. Intel has denied the existence of the A780 and never planned this card.

This slide shows the video memory and TDP range of each graphics card at the same time. The highest-end Intel Arc A770 will not cost more than $400, and the graphics card should be positioned close to the RTX 3060 Ti and RX 6650XT, available in 16GB and 8GB versions, with a TDP of 225W. The next-level A750 has the same TDP, which competes with the RTX 3060 and RX 6600. The video memory capacity of the graphics card is 8GB, not the 12GB previously reported, that is, its video memory width should be 256bit. None of the Arc A-series graphics cards use a memory configuration like 12GB/192bit.

The positioning of the A580 graphics card is the RTX 3050. The price is in the range of $200 to $299. It has a TDP of 175W, which is much higher than the RTX 3050. It was equipped with 8GB of video memory, the video memory bit width is not known whether it is 256bit or 128bit, the latter is more likely.

The entry-level A380 and A310 are both 75W. The former has been released and has 6GB/96bit video memory, while the latter is equipped with 4GB video memory, and the bit width should be 64bit. From the slides, the A310 sells for under $100 against the GTX 1050 Ti.